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Springy Vietnamese-Style ‘Chee Cheong Fun’ By Hanoi-Born Hawker In Yishun

An Ngon Vietnamese Rice Roll serves rather authentic steamed-to-order banh cuon, rice rolls with minced pork and wood ear mushrooms eaten with a fish sauce dip.
Springy Vietnamese-Style ‘Chee Cheong Fun’ By Hanoi-Born Hawker In Yishun

Tucked away in a quiet coffeeshop in Yishun is An Ngon Vietnamese Rice Roll. The three-month-old hawker stall specialises in banh cuon – essentially the Vietnamese version of chee cheong fun – steamed to order by Hanoi-born Phan Thi To Uyen, 32, and her Singaporean husband, Patrick Chay, 51. A plate of the savoury rice rolls – studded with minced pork and wood ear mushrooms, and paired with a funky fish sauce and vinegar dip – starts from $3.50.

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